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What can nutritional therapy support?

I can support you with a variety of health problems and have personal experience of some of them myself or in close family members. Food choices and lifestyle influence our health. There is new research to show the power of nutrition in relieving many modern day health conditions including


There are many autoimmune conditions including MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis. SLE and Ankylosing Spondylitis. Although autoimmune conditions present in many ways they have much in common and symptoms can be eased with subtle changes that help to reduce inflammation within the body.

Digestive Complaints 

I can provide relief and support for inflammatory bowel conditions and IBS. This is done by tailoring individual aspects of your diet to alleviate symptoms.

Hormonal Imbalances 

In each stage of our lives women can have an imbalance in hormones that can lead to a variety of symptoms such as endometriosis, PCOS, fibroids and during the menopause hot flushes and loss of energy. These imbalances can be supported by nutritional strategies and often supplements.

Mental Health

There is a strong link between the food we eat and our wellbeing. I can identifying intolerances and deficiencies in your diet to improve your mental health.

Chronic Fatigue

Fatigue is a modern phenomenon due in part to our busy and stressful lifestyles. Nutrition can boost energy and vitality and can help you to find the most suitable diet and lifestyle adjustments for your unique situation.

Skin Conditions

Everyone wants to have radiant skin and a healthy glow. Skin is fed from the inside out as well as being affected by the products we use on a daily basis. Skin conditions like acne, oily complexion and rosacea can often respond to a change in eating habits. 

Musculoskeletal Pain 

I have a greater depth of understanding of sports and musculoskeletal conditions as a Chartered Physiotherapist. I also understand that a nutrient rich diet will aid recovery and help to prevent further injury. I have a postgraduate training in sports nutrition.

Disclaimer – Nutritional Therapy does not replace conventional medical care and Nutritionists work alongside Medical Doctors. Nutritional Therapists are governed by the British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine and are governed by their code of ethics.

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